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Of course today's complicatedly vague threats almost leave one yearning for the simple days of the Cold War, when a single obvious Soviet threat left both Europe and the United States with little choice other than cooperation.
He would probably have understood the pragmatics of the action, but he would have seen it, I am sure, as a failure on his part, or, more complicatedly, a failure of his dream.
At the other are Glenn Colquhoun, whose The Art of Walking Upright (1999) claims authenticity in verse titled 'Karanga', 'Haka', Karakia', 'Mihi' ('Either I don't belong to anyone / Or else I'm indigenous everywhere'), and Jeffrey Paparoa Holman, whose As Big as a Father (2002) explores identity, through traditional images of water, pounamu and the bush, while, more complicatedly, The late great Blackball bridge sonnets (2004) formally evokes the lost world of West Coast coalmining in terms of ancestry, genealogy, kehua, the spirit and above all as a turangawaewae, in a way that, producing effects unimaginable through any other means, does most, outside Hulme, to reassure us of the validity of her project.
And that's irrevocably tied to the other thing that makes ``Night Watch'' distinctive: It's utterly, complicatedly Russian.
Or, more complicatedly, how much or how little should one applaud?
More complicatedly, Vardalos and Collette have to pretend they're men dressed as women.
In the very reading of serious fiction like that which Percy is writing for us (for himself), the act of becoming the other serves as the act of seeing the other profoundly and complicatedly as one slips in and out of the embodied self that holds the text" (108).
They agreed that to strengthen and develop ties, the two countries would "meet the common desire of people in both countries and serve the fundamental interests of the two peoples at the turn of the century when international situation changes constantly and complicatedly," the report said.
Xinhua said they agreed that to strengthen and develop ties, the two countries would "meet the common desire of people in both countries and serve the fundamental interests of the two peoples at the turn of the century when the international situation changes constantly and complicatedly.
What I meant was that the New York intellectuals of the mid-twentieth century--or, as Podhoretz calls them, using Murray Kempton's term, "the Family"--was our best example of a tight-knit, complicatedly connected hothouse group of writers and intellectuals whose ideas changed the culture.
La Guignarde deconstructs, systematically, the system of servitudes that Le Hutin has so complicatedly erected.